Bill Reynolds is a U.S. Navy-trained physician assistant and served on active duty for 30 years, retiring as a Lieutenant Commander in 2012. He has been a PA for more than 20 years and has extensive experience in family medicine and psychiatry. He was awarded numerous commendation medals while in the Navy for superior performance and had the honor of caring for patients on submarines, in combat, and as the medical officer of a US Navy SEAL team. Bill is the director of the "Red, White, and Blue" recovery program for first responders and veterans at Sierra Tucson. He has been in this position for three years, since the inception of the program. He oversees the treatment programming, medication management, and aftercare planning for all first responders and veterans who attend the program. Having worked extensively with first responders and service members suffering from post-traumatic stress and addiction, Bill brings unique experience to the Hearts of Gold program.